Flying used to mean something.
And before People Express Airlines remade air travel into the equivalent of a bus ride, before the mediascape overinformed us about every possible destination, before the security theater of X-rayed shoes, and before the global financial crisis, the experience of flying actually delivered on that promise.
But now, air travel can be a miserable experience. Especially if you fly coach. And especially if you fly American Airlines.
[Ed.’s Note: This is the first time I hand over a “large” review to anyone. Mark Kingsley, a good friend and annoyingly astute observer, asked if he could do it, saying he was “totally excited” about the work. His point of view on this is likely the last thing you expected to hear from Brand New. Enjoy. — Armin Vit]
Launched in 2001, OUTtv is a Canadian television channel focusing exclusively on television programming for the Gay and Lesbian audience, available on every cable and satellite service in Canada. This week, OUTtv introduced a new logo designed by San Francisco, CA- and Vancouver, Canada-based B’stro. Variations of the logo for different topics were created too, shown below (or after the jump). Press release here.
Founded in 1953, Rede Record is, in terms of reach and coverage, the second largest television network in Brazil with varied programming that covers everything from soaps to sitcoms to reality TV to variety shows to news and this year they are the official network for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. This past February, they introduced an evolution to their logo, which has featured a globe surrounded by metal-like plates since 1994.
Established in 2006, Virgin Media is the first provider of all four broadband, TV, mobile phone and home phone services in the UK. Virgin Media is getting its British on. The revised logo was designed by Start JudgeGill, who also designed the original logo. Press release here. Bigger view of the logo below (or after the jump).